Glass furniture: a modern solution in the interior
In the age of high technologies, a huge number of different materials are being invented, which are used in all industries. Improved formulas allow you to give objects new useful qualities, while reducing the cost of production and cost.
But questions are increasingly being raised about the impact of such materials on the environment and on human health. Therefore, environmentally friendly materials have become more often used, once again entering the trend.
Glass furniture is gaining popularity, and modern methods of glass processing make it possible to make its operation the most practical.
Types of glass furniture
Of course, not all pieces of furniture can be made of glass, so they mainly produce various types of tables: coffee tables, computer tables, dining tables, bedside tables, as well as storage systems in the form of bookcases, shelves, hanging cabinets.
Rarely, only glass is used in the manufacture of furniture. To give strength and style, various types of metals, wood and plastic are used.
Features of glass furniture
Glass is characterized as a transparent material and is associated with cleanliness and lightness, although its weight cannot be called insignificant. Such qualities can be assigned to furniture made of it, it gives a certain airiness to the space, without loading the interior with massive images and sharp corners.
Transparent furniture seems weightless, it lets in light, thereby “dissolving” in the air.
Glass furniture will be appreciated by lovers of minimalism and simple solutions, but also connoisseurs of classics will be able to organically fit glass furniture into their interior.
A certain elegance and originality will be given by inserts made of noble varieties of wood, stone, gilded elements. Oddly enough, but glass furniture can be successfully combined with the hi-tech style, as well as with any other modern trend.
Advantages and disadvantages
Glass furniture is quite practical. The latest production technologies increase its resistance to loads and impacts many times. Such furniture serves for a long time and does not lose its attractive appearance, the glass does not get cloudy, but when using brute force, glass objects can be damaged: the glass will be covered with a spider web of fragments, not allowing them to fly around the room. This is possible due to the fact that the glass is either reinforced or consists of several layers, between which a special film is laid. It does not allow the glass to fly apart.
Among the disadvantages of glass furniture, one can distinguish a predisposition to various kinds of contamination. For example, fingerprints, traces of mugs, stains, and the like are clearly visible on the glass. In addition, when in contact with objects made of ceramics, metal and some other materials, a characteristic loud sound is heard, which is not always desirable.
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